BENEFITS OF COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION
Copyright is an important property of the owner.
Copyright protects companies, authors, writers, software developers, artists, designers,architects, musicians, creative
geeks and media houses to protect their creations like software, web content, books, videos, artwork, films, songs from copycats
Protection against Copycats
Nobody will dare to copy your contents and designs once it is a copyrighted. The copyright law provides strong punishment and heavy penalties on those who infringe or misuse the copyrighted content.
Copyright helps in building credibility in Market
People will pursue that the content is original and not copies from anywhere and neither anyone else can copy the content.
Copyright is Most valuable asset of the Company
relativity and innovation is basic element of business growth and protecting the creativity is done through copyright. More and more businesses go for copyright of their web content, software, product and service videos. Music, Film an Publication Industry heavily benefits from Copyright protection.
Helps in expansion of business and earnings
Copyright can be licensed and rented for price under licensing agreement. Publication and Film Industry solely depends upon copyright licensing and transfer.
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1. What is a Copyright?
Copyright is a right or protection given to original creators or owners of content like Authors for Books, software developers for computer programming, Artists or writers for songs or to Companies which get the content created by spending money and time.
2. What can be Copyrighted?
Copyright can be applied for Website content, Software codes, Books, Marketing materials, Videos, Photographs, logo design and Song recordings.
3. How to get a Copyright Protection?
One can make a copyright application to Copyright office in India which is a Government Office responsible for registration of Copyrights. TaxHills makes it easy for anyone to make copyright application. For more details, please fill the above details .
4. Who can apply for Copyright Registration?
The creators of original content who want to protect their work from copycats must apply for Copyright. Authors, Designers, Artists, Writers, Choreographers, Poets, Musicians or any Company which employs these creators to get original content created can apply Copyright in its own name.
5. Who is a Copyright Consultant?
Copyright consultant is a lawyer or attorney specialized in Copyright laws, who can simplify the documentation and help you to file a proper copyright application.
6. What is the cost for Copyright Registration in India?
The copyright fees depend upon the type of work to be copyrighted, as the Govt. charges change according to type of work. For more details, please fill the above details .
7. How the Online Copyright Process works?
Once the Copyright Application is filed, you will get a copyright diary number, which is legal proof of your application. Copyright office will keep the application open for 30 days for objection. If no objection is received from any party, it typically takes 8 to 12 months for Copyright Certificate to be issued.
8. When can I use (C) symbol?
You can use (C) mark as soon as content is created, however it is safe to use once the Copyright application is filed and you receive acknowledgement receipt.
9. Is it difficult to Copyright?
Taxhills online copyright application process is very simple and economical. Our Clients regularly tell us that they thought copyright registration would have been very complex and costly affair but after experiencing Taxhills service they felt that they should have done this much before. See what our clients want to say about us.
10. Do i have to renew my copyright?
Copyright is permanent in nature and will exist for life time of the creator plus 60 years after death of creator. The validity of copyright registration will lifelong and after 60 years after death of creator it will be open to general public to imitate or reproduce the content freely.
11. Can I sell my Copyright?
Yes, As we know that copyright is an intellectual property of the owner, as other property can be sold for a price, the same way a copyright can be sold for a price.